Fashion is constantly changing, but people’s love and pursuit of beauty has never changed. Can you imagine that the beautiful couture dresses on the runways are so similar to the oil paintings one hundred years age? Fashion and art are always sympathetic to each other, fashion designer Ulyana Sergeenko gave us the perfect demonstration. Let’s see review the high fashion came from oil paintings.
Belted coat has always been a classic fashion theme, The Paris lady in the French painter Jean Béraud’s painting wore a black modern coat and a pair of high heels. Though she was in all black clothes, she looked so charming and eye-catching. Ulyana also chose a belted coat. Fluffy skirt and three-dimensional cut of the upper body made her waist look slender. Pink high heels are icing on the cake for the whole look.
“Pour vivre heureux, vivons caches” is a French proverb. It means “Low-key life will bring you happiness”. It’s not only the accumulation of life experience, but also revealed the essence of a woman dress. People who really have good fashion sense will not wear too dramatic clothes or luxury and complex jewelry to make them look stunning. On the contrary, they would prefer understated clothing. So all kinds of long dresses are must haves for noble and elegant women. The model who wore Ulyana stunning white long dress looked so similar to the woman in the painting!
The woman in painter Antonio de la Gandara’s painting wore an elegant lace black dress. And the long black lace dress designed by Ulyana was as elegant as the dress in the painting. Ulyana matched the lace long dress with nude colored high heels, making the model look like a ballerina. Ulyana again found a balance between modern and traditional aesthetics, she really understands the definition of femininity and always uses her own way to do perfect interpretation.
Ulyana Sergeenko’s favorite accessories not limited to the “traditional” hand bags. She also have a special favor for the vintage lace umbrella. The model looked like lady who came from the 19th century! Ulyana cleverly removed complicated lace and replaced with beautiful ruching. sketching out the perfect back and waist curves of woman.
The once very popular veils disappeared because of the outbreak of women liberation. Ulyana cleverly brought them back to fashion circle. She re-injected new meaning to this “old” accessory.
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